Bloodborne Pathogens & Biohazards - Refresher Training
In the workplace, bloodborne pathogens may be transmitted from an infected person via multiple methods such as needle sticks or other sharps, cuts, human bites, and other mucous membranes. This course focuses on the prevention of transmission of bloodborne pathogens. It serves as an annual refresher training for those who have completed the more extensive initial training required by Cal-OSHA on safety related to bloodborne pathogens.
Participants review multiple techniques, protective equipment, and desired practices to prevent infection when exposed to another’s blood or other potentially infectious bodily fluids. Also discussed are recommended actions to take if an individual or worksite is exposed to infectious material.
- Prevent Transmission of Bloodborne Pathogens
- Multiple Techniques For Protective Equipment
- Practices To Prevent Infection
- Recommended Actions if Exposed to Infectious Material
CalOSHA Title 8, Section 5193
Who Should Attend:
Anyone Involved In Public Safely, Parks, Public Spaces, Restrooms, Homeless Encampments<br /><br /><br />